RN1P2 Dell NVIDIA Tesla K80 Graphics Card Review
Maximizes Application Performance
This RN1P2 Dell NVIDIA Tesla K80 Graphics Card offers a total of 4992 CUDA cores clocked at 560 MHz coupled to 24GB of GDDR5 vRAM with a 384-bit memory interface and a 480 GB/s bandwidth. This card features no outputs for displays, it is designed to serve as a hardware accelerator using the CUDA cores in the GPU. Its CUDA cores are arranged using NVIDIA’s Kepler architecture. Using compatible APIs, software can leverage the massively parallel processing abilities.
Tesla K80 is built to deliver superior performance in these applications. Tesla is the world’s leading platform for the accelerated data center, with innovations in interconnect technologies like GPU direct RDMA, popular programming models like NVIDIA CUDA and OpenACC, and hundreds of accelerated applications and libraries.
Being a dual-slot card, the NVIDIA Tesla K80 draws power from 1x 8-pin power connector, with power draw rated at 300 W maximum. This device has no display connectivity, as it is not designed to have monitors connected to it. Tesla K80 is connected to the rest of the system using a PCI-Express 3.0 x16 interface. The card measures 267 mm in length, and features a dual-slot cooling solution.
RN1P2 Technical Specifications:
|Product Type||Desktop Graphics Card|
|GPU Model||Tesla K80|
|Stream Processors||4992 CUDA Cores|
|Boost Clock Speed||875 MHz|
|Base Clock Speed||560 MHz|
|Memory Speed||10 GHz (Effective)|
|Memory Size||24 GB|
|Card Interface||PCI Express 3.0 x16|
RN1P2 Key Features:
- Kepler Architecture
- Passive Heatsink Cooling
- PCI Express 3.0 x16 Interface
- 5.6 TFLOPS Single Precision Processing